During the event, we explored tools, resources and implementation strategies of You for Youth's new course: College and Career Readiness which were designed to move college and career readiness into practice, including setting goals and keeping projects focused on student needs. Our featured guest expert, Jennifer Kobrin, Director of myPLACE & Digital Initiatives for the Mayor's Commission on Literacy in Philadelphia, shared her expertise on effective college and career readiness programming and partnerships with families and communities.
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